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On Wednesday, Piers Morgan used his "Only in America" segment to share lessons learned as part of his visit with The Dalai Lama.
At a time when the quest for fulfillment represents a booming business, the "Piers Morgan Tonight" host revealed that His Holiness "provides a rather cheaper way of finding happiness."
Flexing his new and improved mental muscle, Morgan rattled off the seven points which comprise The Dalai Lama's philosophy:
The practice of love can be expressed in one sentence: 'Do not harm others'.
The true hero is one who conquers his own anger and hatred.
The point of our existence is that, as human beings, we live purposeful, meaningful lives.
If we want spiritual development, the practice of patience is essential.
We have the ability and the responsibility to choose whether our actions follow a virtuous path or not.
With inner strength or mental stability, we can endure all kinds of adversity.
Love, compassion and concern for others are real sources of happiness.
In the words of the host, Only in America: "Admit it, you feel better already."